Some Big News
I have two pieces of big news. First, I’m now being represented by Beth Marshea of Ladderbird Literary Agency! She will be looking for a home for my new novel, Sun Dogs, as well as handling my screenplays (I have one for my self-published novel, A Chant of Love and Lamentation, as well as The White Witch of Rose Hall, set in plantation-era Jamaica).
Second, I’m now the Fiction Editor for the literary journal Sand Hill Review. This was the journal who took my first published story (“Wild Horses”) and who nominated that same work for a Pushcart. SHR has been very good to me, and I’m happy to give back as they make some new exciting changes to their format.
Fellow writers, we are open to submissions! We have a submission fee, but (for now) as we begin the process of soliciting submissions, the competition is minimal. We’d love to see your work.
Good news and great to hear it!
I remember, almost over a decade ago, talking to Weird Tales and suggesting that they take electronic submissions and simply charge a printing fee to put it on paper in their office. At the time they were still only taking paper submissions sent through the mail.
Weird tales disagreed, and then a few years later they went out of business. So while I don’t relish the idea of spending $10 to submit a manuscript. I am happy to see that someone out there has wised up to another possible revenue stream for their periodical.